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Component – B

Component B- Multi-Hazard Risk Mitigation of Infrastructure

This component will focus on reducing structural risk, mainly due to earthquake disaster, from critical infrastructure and public buildings to protect communities, assets and emergency response capabilities. However, the infrastructure should be able to withstand other disasters which are prevalent in the site/ location/ State.

This will include:

  1. Retrofitting of selected infrastructure such as given under but not limited to:
    • Lifeline buildings, structures and critical facilities like schools, colleges and academic institutions; hospitals and health facilities, tertiary care centres, community centres
    • Important buildings that ensure governance and business continuity like offices of the district collector and superintendent of police in districts; Fire stations, communication buildings, Panchayat Office and Post Office buildings
    • Structures designated to be used for post-earthquake temporary rehabilitation of affected persons and operations
    • Buildings of national importance like Secretariats, historical monuments, museums, heritage buildings, strategic assets and vital installations
    • Any other structures as deemed fit to be worked as lifeline by State Government such as critical links- bridges, data centres, emergency installations, transport terminals etc.
    • Consultant in consultation with SPIU and other concerned State Departments to identify the critical infrastructure needing retrofitting- type and extent.
  2. Retrofitting and/or constructing evacuation roads, bridges, landing strips and helipads and multi-hazard shelters.
  3. The scope of retrofitting would include Structural Design Based Report (SDBR) after detailed survey, conditional assessment, and Non-destructive testing along with detailed analysis. The Consultant will determine suitable tests required and will carry out the tests as per the requirement, will adopt standard procedure and document the findings.
  4. The performance level of the retrofitted structures is to be ensured based on the utilization/importance factor of the structures and needs of the concerned State Governments.
  5. Retrofitting should adhere to the National Building Codes/BIS/NDMA Guidelines and consistent with the international best practices. Wherever applicable, International Codes may be adopted for design and construction.
  6. Constructing small Technology Demonstration Units of critical infrastructure such as schools, hospitals etc.
    • The Technology Demonstration Unit will be identified by the State. The size and location of TDUs will be decided in consultation with State authorities.

Consultant will develop design (new/retrofit) and construction drawings, prepare DPR and Bid Documents for the investment.

{Total tentative size of the NSRMP is approximately Rs. 5000 Cr. out of which approximately Rs. 3700 Cr. is meant for Component-B (Risk Mitigation Infrastructure) in 08 States. DPRs/ Bid Documents for approximately Rs.1850 Cr. (+/-10%) for Component-B (including seismic retrofitting and new investments) will be prepared by the Consultant.}

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